Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Online services to ease the burden of people to obtain certificates

Henceforth people need not visit the Naada Kacheri's to get done their work. Sitting in the drawing room the people can now obtain their certificates related to land, agriculture, caste, income, unemployment, widow certificate etc. As many as 34 facilities have been made available on-line to facilitate the people.

Thanks for the launch of online system for Nadakacheri services to ease the burden of people. By logging to website: http://www.nadakacheri.karnataka.gov.in/ the beneficiaries have to register their details. An identity code will be messaged for beneficiaries mobile (Paperless certificate system). Entering the code the beneficiaries can download the certificates online and take the printout. If required, the certificates will be delivered to their respective address.  

Speaking after the launch of online service at  Zilla Panchayat Auditorium here on Tuesday, Survey Settlement and Land Records Commissioner V Poonuraj said that the code will be generated on the lines of Aadhaar, and asked people to make use of the facility at large. The caste certificates code will be for life time, whereas income tax certificates has to be renewed for every five year.

“Every year about 45 lakh certificates were issued, in which about 70 per cent certificates was related to caste and income. The online service will help students and parents in large and reduces work load at offices. This will also ease the burden of officers in large and cuts down the visit of people to offices,” he said.

Speaking on the occasion, Revenue Department Principal Secretary Basavaraju said with launch of online service the delay in issuing certificates, corruption can be prevented.

Citizens to get Property Rights Card by May

The State government to distribute Property Rights Card for citizens of Mysore under the Urban Property Ownership Record (UPOR) Certificate project of the Survey and Settlement Department. The property right card will have all the details regarding the property and will serve as a single point reference document.

Survey Settlement and Land Records Commissioner V Poonuraj said that the field work of UPOR has completed in Mysore and about three lakh Property Rights Card will be distributed soon.

Speaking after distribution of certificates for selected beneficiaries here on Tuesday, he said, Khata provided by Municipality is only for tax collection purpose and it does not hold any legal status. Whereas, the PR card will have legal back up.

"Under the scheme the complete details related to property will be updated. It even includes any bank activities or disputes. With the unique number tagged for the property, the details of property can be viewed. From coming May, the transaction of properties can be taken with reference to the information provided under the scheme,” he added.

He further said that: “PR Card is a revolutionary scheme. Using latest technology the property disputes will be eliminated. Through UPOR not only land litigation will come down, whereas land mafia will also end. It gives permanent relief for buyers as well as landowners.”

The project has been introduced in five cities such as Shimoga, Bellary, Hubli-Dharwad, Mangalore and Mysore. The survey will be done at free of cost, whereas, citizens have to pay at the time of issuance of Property Right Card.

RTC Andolan
Commissioner V Poonuraj said that plans have been made to launch RTC (phani) Andolan at Mysore in coming days, on the lines of Kolar.
Under the programme, the revenue officers will hear the grievances of people related to RTC, and solve their problems within few days. The response for the programme is good in Kolar, he added.

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